Ukwuoji/Oguta Motels’s Road, A Death Trap.. Dr Obasi


The attention of IMO State Government ably led by His Excellency, Senator Hope Odidika Uzodimma (Onwa) is being drawn to the deplorable condition of Ukwuoji/Oguta motels road which was originally constructed in 2000/2001 by Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) as one of their social community responsibility service in IMO State.
In a private message to His Excellency, made available to news men and on his official and verified Facebook handle , Chief (Dr) Nnamdi Edward Obasi FCIB, CPA Canada, The Ugochinyere 1 of Abiaziem, Awa ancient Kingdom told the governor that the road has become a death trap and impassable for indigent people living along the road. He further let the governor to know that the economic activities of the communities have been hampered and are no longer booming and the communities are suffering untold hardship  due to the poor condition of the road which transverses various communities from Oguta lake through Kalabari Beach, Nkwesi, Abiaziem, Awa, Akabor to Ukwuoji and terminates at Onitsha Owerri expressway.
The former topnotch banker, an accountant cum financial analyst who based in California USA, however urged the governor to send his officials from the ministry of works urgently for the spot assessment and proffer a lasting solution to the road.
He reiterated that the good people of Eziama Obi Ato in Mbaitoli LGA; Umuofor, Akabor, Awa, Abiaziem, Mgbele, Nkwesi, Nnebukwu, Orsu Obodo and Kalabari Beach (all in Oguta LGA) will never forget him in a hurry if he comes to their rescue by revamping the road.
He also prayed God to continue empowering the governor.
His message reads in part “please sir, remember Ukwuoji – k. Beach road. This road has been in a very bad state for many years now and needs urgent attention and rehabilitation. This road links Kalabari Beach through Orsu Obodo, Nnebukwu, Nkwesi, Mgbele, Abiaziem, Awa, Akabor and Umuofor to Ukwuoji joining Owerri – Onitsha expressway. It’s was originally built by Shell many years back to enable their operations in Egbema. But due poor weather conditions and lack of repairs work over the years, there are many potholes and death traps on the road. Please sir, send your officials to do on spot assessment on this major economic road now and possibly revamp it. God will continue to empower you”